Active again in subsea power cable IRM, leading excavation and trenching operator, Rotech Subsea, has delivered a critical de-burial, cut and recovery and re-burial project in UK waters. In late Q3 Rotech Subsea’s TRS1 tool was mobilized from Aberdeen to the site of a vital subsea power cable infrastructure project.
Nexans has received the first order under the frame agreement to manufacture approximately 110km of high voltage subsea cables to South Fork Wind, a joint venture between Ørsted and Eversource.
HMN Tech has announced that it has realized the marine deployment of the Senegal Horn of Africa Regional Express (SHARE) submarine cable system, with landfalls in both Senegal and Cape Verde.
Prysmian Group has secured two new milestones offshore wind farm projects in the US for a total of approximately $900M.
Subsea excavation and trenching pioneer, Rotech Subsea, has completed a programme of cable IRM works at a key offshore wind farm in the Netherlands. Commissioned by a European subsea service provider, Rotech’s RS2 CFE (controlled flow excavation) tool from its industry-leading RS range of trenching and excavation equipment was mobilised from Aberdeen in Q3, 2021. The cable repair operations saw the RS2 de-bury approximately 800m of existing cable before carrying out the burial of new cable, with a September 2021 completion date.
Rotech Subsea has completed key de-burial and post-lay trenching works in the outer Thames Estuary for a major marine services player. The works, on the London Array offshore wind farm, further establishes the company as the sector-leader in Controlled flow excavation (CFE) and suspended jet trenching.
Prysmian Group has been awarded a framework contract worth around €1.71 billion by Terna Rete Italia S.p.A., a company fully owned by Terna S.p.A., the Italian electricity grid operator (TSO).